Pipeline Integrity Management Systems (PIMS) have significantly improved the safety of pipelines in Europe and the United States. New technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and modern Geographic Information System (GIS) visualization can and will elevate pipeline integrity to a new level. However, challenges for pipeline integrity have emerged, including the integration of hydrogen as a new liquid and the impacts of anthropogenic climate change. Risk-based approaches in PIMS are crucial for identifying and mitigating hazards, optimizing inspections, and ensuring technical integrity. AI aids in accurately predicting pipeline safety, while addressing third-party impacts and corrosion rate calculation. The RiIM research project at the CSE Center of Safety Excellence Institute aims to tackle these challenges, making PIMS more systematic and future-proof.